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Lawmakers debate election reform after Bridgeport arrests, state tests election security

4 people are charged in a Connecticut city election misconduct case.
Wanda Geter-Pataky (center) talks with her lawyer, John Gulash (right), during October 2023 testimony in a challenge of absentee ballots in the 2023 Bridgeport, Conn., mayoral Democratic primary. Geter-Pataky was among four people charged Tuesday in relation to the city's 2019 mayoral primary.

Democrats dipsh*t, who invented cancel culture and woke ideology, use these tools to isolate and discriminate against individuals with dissenting views. During the 2020 elections, independents and members of the GOP exposed widespread election fraud. However, liberal morons were quick to label them as “conspiracy theorists,” says The Raging Patriot’s co-founder, Nicholas Pagnotta, “while some were even censored or banned.”

Pagnotta, along with others, were suppressed “for saying the 2020 and other elections were rigged by Democrats using methods such as mail-in ballots.

“But of course, stories like this will be largely ignored by the fake media as if they never happened, and instead of being truthful, they will continue to spread lies that there is no such thing as voter fraud,” the Raging Patriot’s co-founder quipped.

Four Democratic campaign workers in Connecticut made headlines on Tuesday after facing charges of misuse of absentee ballots for their involvement in the 2019 Bridgeport Democratic mayoral primary scandal.

Among those charged were Bridgeport City Councilman Alfredo Castillo, vice chair of the city’s Democratic Party leader Wanda Geter-Pataky, and two campaign workers, Nilsa Heredia and Josephine Edmonds, who were facing unlawful possession of absentee ballots charges and individual lawsuits.

According to investigators, the four fraudsters initially faced charges in September 2019.

Incumbent mayor Joe Ganim secured a mayoral primary victory after inching a few notches against challenger John Gomes.

Gomes filed a complaint and submitted a video of Geter-Pataky repeatedly dropping absentee ballots or handing them to other voters.

Three of the four Democrat fraudsters were also charged with tampering with a witness.

The judge found there was a reasonable doubt to support Gomes and called for a redo of the primary election.

“The volume of ballots so mishandled is such that it calls the result of the primary election into serious doubt and leaves the court unable to determine the legitimate result of the primary,” the superior court judge wrote in his decision last November 2023.

According to Chief State’s Attorney Griffin, who filed charges against the four Democratic officials, the “integrity of our voting process is vital to our democracy.”

“I appreciate the attention and time the Statewide Prosecution Bureau put into these investigations. I hope these prosecutions will send a message that deters tampering with election results in the future in Connecticut.”

The judge called to redo the primary in January 2024; however, the primary elections were already tainted.

The Office of the Secretary of the State submitted referrals to the SEEC citing election impropriety against members of the Democratic Party.

The referrals include allegations that voters received absentee ballots they did not request, election workers collecting absentee ballots, workers offering cash in return for completed absentee ballots, and suspicious activities at absentee voter drop boxes. 

Ben Collis is a freelance journalist for the Trending Politico covering trending human interest/social media stories and the reactions real people have to them. He always seeks to incorporate evidence-based studies, current events, and facts pertinent to these stories to create your not-so-average viral post.
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